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Simeon Amburgey

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  1. It's amazing when I was doing this video I did not realize it would publish on today October 21 which is sort of a Back To The Future anniversary as that was the date Doc Brown set in the De Lorean. Vibrant is an expansion library for HALion and HALion Sonic 3 that features what I think are some of the best sounding Rhodes, Wurlitzer and Clavinet sounds I have heard. It really was like going back as I played and heard these wonderful sounds. Check out my play-through video here where we have some fun going back in time.
  2. @Noric, it might have something to do with the Windows Default Audio device in the Sound Control Panel. This is probably what Chrome (hosting BandLab) is looking for. Try setting your AudioBox as the DEFAULT Windows Sound Playback and Recording device and see if that makes a difference. All the best!
  3. Well Solo Violin is really fun to play as you do not have to worry about key switching as the scripting engine really interprets your intentions well. i wish I did not pull the trigger so fast as the Solo Collection went on sale and not sure if it included this violin or not?
  4. Great resource! The promo code is for 1/3 off which is great! Looking forward to how this sounds; it will hold me over until BBC SO arrives 🤓
  5. As I am seemingly finding the number of sample libraries growing my storage space is shrinking. I see that SSD prices are coming down and probably will continue to do so; my question is are Hybrid Hard-drive/SSDs viable as well as the cost per gigabyte seems to be pretty reasonable. Just wondering what others might have experienced using this type of drive? Thanks so much!
  6. I have been having a lot of fun with ASCEND the past two days and put a video together as I experience some of the sounds for the very first time. It is a fun ride.
  7. I had someone reach out to me about being able to control the T-RackS Leslie Speaker VST plugin effect using their MIDI controller. I was able to put a short video together demonstrating how to use ACT (Active Controller Technology) to do this. ACT basically lets you control automation parameters through MIDI which opens up a lot of possibilities. What you run into when trying to control a plugin EFFECT is that MIDI is not necessarily available to be passed through to them so ACT is a great help to do this. One of the caveats is that the plugin you wish to control must be in focus. Another point is to record the changes you are doing through the MIDI controller you need to record the changes as AUTOMATION. I hope this is helpful as you can take this principle and carry it through to other effects and plugins. Enjoy!
  8. This landed here late this afternoon and it is a very amazing sounding instrument. It goes into some very strange and wonderful directions as well as having a beautiful core Concert D piano. I am working on putting a video together for this and will definitely post an update when it is ready. Also a great time to purchase at the intro price of $119.00. This is my first Heavyocity product and I am hoping not my last! Check it out here: https://heavyocity.com/product/ascend/
  9. You might fall into the free upgrade grace period which would be nice.
  10. https://www.izotope.com/en/products/ozone.html Looks like they have rolled in some of the features of RX7 Tonal Rebalance controls into Ozone 9. Very nice!
  11. Ozone 9 is LIVE: https://www.izotope.com/en/products/ozone.html
  12. I have only played around with it briefly but noticed things were somewhat difficult to understand initially, it has been mostly trial and error for me.
  13. Which is a shame as Sonic Implants and Sonivox were some of the first samples (albeit SoundFonts) that I used in my early projects. The drums, and concert strings were so very nice (especially the Con Sodinos which are missing from the String library in the bundle). I picked the bundle up a few weeks ago just to sort of preserve some of these wonderful sounds. The Cinematic percussion and brass are also very nice.
  14. Trying this out and so far a lot of fun. I was able to authorize it to the eLicenser I use for my Steinberg products. While I was messing around playing my wife thought I was watching one of those "Beef; It's What's For Dinner" commercials
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